Touching The Stratosphere

The Stratosphere Tower looking good from several miles away. Would you like to see photos from up there?



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  1. I didn’t get the opportunity to go up in it when I was there would love to see the views from there!

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  2. Its awesome up there! Helped me overcome my fear of heights. I would do it again and go back on the Infinity Ride!

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  3. I’d love to see them John. We have been up there at night but would love to go during the day.

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  4. Wow, that is a big difference,almost half again as tall the Seattle landmark. Cost a lot to get to the top?

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    • I had to look this up, no defined price. I saw $12.00 to $30.00. Sorry I can’t be more specific. Try searching for it online, you may have better luck! I remember pying something some time ago but the number escapes me…

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  5. Yes, I’d like to see photos from the observation deck. Is this taller than the Space Needle?

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